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Sursum Corda: a book of praise

#TextTuneText InfoTune InfoTextScorePage ScanAudio
187Forty days and forty nightsPage Scan
188aOh, mean may seem this house of clayPage Scan
188bOh, mean may seem this house of clayPage Scan
189Once was heard the song of childrenPage Scan
190Fierce rag'd the tempest o'er the deepPage Scan
191aA voice upon the midnight airPage Scan
191bA voice upon the midnight airPage Scan
192'Tis midnight: and on Olive's browPage Scan
193O come and mourn with me awhilePage Scan
194a" 'Tis finished!" so the Saviour criedPage Scan
194b"Tis finished!" so the Saviour criedPage Scan
195aAlas! and did my Savior bleed?Page Scan
195bAlas! and did my Saviour bleed?Page Scan
196aWhen I survey the wondrous crossPage Scan
196bWhen I survey the wondrous corssPage Scan
197aThere is a green hill far awayPage Scan
197bThere is a green hill far awayPage Scan
198Bound upon th'accursed treePage Scan
199aO sacred Head, now woundedPage Scan
199bO sacred Head, now woundedPage Scan
199cO sacred Head, now woundedPage Scan
200Forgive them, Oh, my FatherPage Scan
201aThroned upon the awful treePage Scan
201bThron'd upon the awful treePage Scan
202So rest, our Rest, Thou forever blestPage Scan
203Thou, sore oppressed, the Sabbath-restPage Scan
204Darkly frowns the ev'ning skyPage Scan
205Go to dark GethsemanePage Scan
206aIn the cross of Christ I gloryPage Scan
206bIn the cross of Christ I gloryPage Scan
206cIn the cross of Christ I gloryPage Scan
207aOh, the darkness, Oh, the sorrowPage Scan
207bOh, the darkness, Oh, the sorrowPage Scan
208aHark! the voice of love and mercyPage Scan
208bHark! the voice of love and mercyPage Scan
209My Lord, my Master, at thy feet adoringPage Scan
210aNear the cross was Mary weepingPage Scan
210bNear the cross was Mary weepingPage Scan
211From the cross the blood in fallingPage Scan
212aAll is o'er,the pain, the sorrowPage Scan
212bAll is o'er, the pain, the sorrowPage Scan
213aWelcome, thou victor in the strifePage Scan
213b Welcome, thou victor in the strifePage Scan
214aLift up, lift up your voices nowPage Scan
214bLift up, lift up your voices nowPage Scan
215Angels, roll the rock awayPage Scan
216On wings of living lightPage Scan
217aChrist, the Lord is risen today!Page Scan
217bChrist, the Lord, is risen today! Hallelujah!Page Scan
218Jesus Christ is ris'n todayPage Scan
219Come, ye faithful, raise the strainPage Scan
220aAlleluia! Alleluia! hearts and voices heav'nward raisePage Scan
220bAlleluia! Alleluia!Page Scan
221Christ is risen! Christ is risen!Page Scan
222The strife is o'er, the battle donePage Scan
223The rosy morn has robed the skyPage Scan
224aWelcome! happy morning!Page Scan
224bWelcome, happy morning!Page Scan
225Our Lord is risen from the deadPage Scan
226The golden gates are lifted upPage Scan
227aThe Head that once was crown'd with thornsPage Scan
227bThe Head that once was crown'd with thornsPage Scan
228aThou art gone up on highPage Scan
228bThou art gone up on highPage Scan
229With all your floods attendingPage Scan
230Golden harps are soundingPage Scan
231See the Conqueror mounts in triumphPage Scan
232Hail the day that sees him risePage Scan
233aHe is gone, a cloud of lightPage Scan
233bHe is gone, a cloud of lightPage Scan
234aThine arm, O Lord, in days of oldPage Scan
234bThine arm, O Lord, in days of oldPage Scan
235aO Light, whose beams illumine allPage Scan
235bO Light, whose beams illumine allPage Scan
236Hark! the voice eternalPage Scan
237aLight of the lonely pilgrim's heartPage Scan
237bLight of the lonely pilgrim's heartPage Scan
238aThou art the Way--to thee alonePage Scan
238bThou art the Way--to thee alonePage Scan
239aWe may not climb the heav'nly steepsPage Scan
239bWe may not climb the heav'nly steepsPage Scan
240God the Father's only SonGLASTONBURYPage Scan
241Christ our Shepherd leads us stillPage Scan
242aJoin all the glorious namesPage Scan
242bJoin all the glorious namesPage Scan
243aJesus came, the heav'ns adoringPage Scan
243bJesus came, the heav'ns adoringPage Scan
244aHark! ten thousand harps and voicesPage Scan
244bHark! ten thousand harps and voicesPage Scan
245aO thou, the contrite sinner's FriendPage Scan
245bO thou, the contrite sinner's FriendPage Scan
246aHosanna to the living Lord!Page Scan
246bHosanna to the living Lord!Page Scan
247Awake, my soul, in joyful laysPage Scan
248O Jesus, when I think of theeMAKERPage Scan
249aHow sweet the name of Jesus soundsPage Scan
249bHow sweet the name of Jesus soundsPage Scan
249cHow sweet the name of Jesus soundsPage Scan
250aCome, let us join our cheerful songsPage Scan
250bCome, let us join our cheerful songsPage Scan

[This hymnal has not been proofed - data may be incomplete or incorrect]
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